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This is part of Thinky Publishing’s resource covering every letter of the alphabet in uppercase, using fine motor skills and basic shape making as a foundation for forming letter shapes.
Each letter has been broken down in to simple shapes that can be used to develop fine motor skills and build pencil confidence.
Those same shapes can then be magically joined together to form letters.
A full set of resources is included for each individual letter including PowerPoints and practice sheets.
You can find the full resource here.
This lesson includes two parts:
Shapes to develop fine motor skills and perfect the use of the magic pen.
Combines the shapes in part 1 to form a magic symbol (the uppercase letter).
Click these links for free resources on cursive and lowercase ‘f’.
For more resources from Thinky Publishing head to its TES page at Thinky.